BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WINTER ARTICLES ON RECLAIMING THE GOSPEL OF THE KINGDOM

September 6, 2018

 

 

Poverty and the Christian Mission (1960) (Frontiers in Mission, 358-60).

 

Editorial Comment on GCOWE '95 (1995) (Mission Frontiers, July).

 

Thy Kingdom Come: Analysis of a Vision (1996) (IJFM 13:2).


Editorial Comment on GCOWE 1997, missionary families serving the Kingdom of God (1997) (Mission Frontiers, July-August).


A Blindspot in Western Christianity? (1999) (Foundations Reader, 319-22).

 

Four Men, Three Eras, Two Transitions: Modern Missions (1999) (Foundations Reader, 229-35).

 

Join the World Christian Movement (1999) (Perspectives Reader, 718-23).

Not available online.


The Kingdom Strikes Back (1999) (Foundations Reader, 7-23).

 

Re-consecration to a Wartime, Not a Peacetime, Lifestyle (1999) (Perspectives Reader, 722-24).

Not available online.

 

Basic Concepts (2000) (Frontiers in Mission, 26-27).

 

Editorial on Kingdom as a new frontier (2001) (IJFM 18:2).

 

Editorial on Three crucial mission frontiers (holism) (2001) (IJFM 18:2).

 

The Most Prominent and Yet Unresolved Issue in Western Civilization in the Last Two Centuries: Its Meaning for Mission (2001) (Frontiers in Mission, 217-19).

 

Theologizing Prehistory: Implications for Mission (2001) (Frontiers in Mission, 206-17).

 

The Instrumentalities of God (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 239).

 

Significance of Pre-Adamic Evil (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 225-27)

 

The Story of Our Planet (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 249-70; Foundations Reader, 351-71).

 

Editorial on “Thy Kingdom Come” and Eleven Frontiers of Mission (2003) (IJFM 20:3).


Making Sense to Today’s Scientists (2003) (Foundations Reader, 303-07).

 

Roberta Winter Institute Explanation (2003). (Frontiers in Mission, 177-80).

 

Where Darwin Scores Higher than Intelligent Design (2003) (IJFM 20:4, 113-16).

 

Beyond Unreached Peoples (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 186-87)

 

The Greatest Mistake in Missions (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 164-66).

 

Letter to David Hesselgrave (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 161-62).

 

In Pursuit of the Full Gospel (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 167).

 

Beyond Transformation: An Ancient Syncretism as a Handicap to a “Public Theology” (2005) (Frontiers in Mission, 279 ff.).

 

Twelve Frontiers of Perspective (2005) (Foundations Reader, 267-81).

 

Planetary Events and the Mission of the Church (2005) (Frontiers in Mission, 286-310).

 

When Business Can Be Mission: Where Both Business and Mission Fall Short (2005) (IJFM 22:3).

 

Book Review: The Secret Message of Jesus by Brian D. McLaren (2006). (IJFM 23:2).

 

Editorial Comment on Kingdom Communities (2006) (Mission Frontiers July-August).

 

The Growth of the Church in Judea and Samaria: Acts 3–12 (2006) (Foundations Reader, 117-20).


The Unfinished Epic (2006) (Frontiers in Mission, 317-26).

 

Editorial Comment on Kingdom Mission (2007) (Mission Frontiers, Sept-Oct).

 

Editorial Comment on Declaring God’s Glory (2007) (Mission Frontiers, Sept.-Oct.).

 

Editorial Comment on Slavery (2007) (Mission Frontiers, July-August).

 

The Future of Evangelicals: Will We Regain the Kingdom Vision of Our Forefathers in the Faith? (2007) (Frontiers in Mission, 327-43; Mission Frontiers, September-October 2007).

 

The Kingdom Era is Now (2007) (Foundations Reader, 253-56).

 

Twelve Mistakes of the West (To the New Asian Society) (2007) (Foundations Reader, 247-51).

 

The Biggest Trend in Global Mission (2008). (Evangelical and Frontier Mission Perspectives on the Global Progress of the Gospel, 267-73).

 

Book Notes re Kingdom Mission (2008) (IJFM 25:3).

 

Chart: Three Mission Eras: The Loss and Recovery of Kingdom Mission (2008) (

 

Editorial Reflections: Are We in a Kingdom Era? (2008) (IJFM 25:1)

 

Editorial on “Thy Kingdom Come” (2008) (IJFM 25:4).

 

Eradicating the Causes of Disease as an Aspect of Kingdom Mission (2008 and various dates). (Compiled by Beth Snodderly from Winter writings on this topic).

 

Four Recent Books on the Kingdom of God, Mission and Transformation

Comments by Ralph D. Winter, W1802 (7/6/2008).

 

Frontier #1: Restoring God’s Glory (2008) (Foundations Lecture #19).

 

How Do We Deal with the Baggage of the Past? A Response to Herbert Hoefer and Rick Love (2008) (IJFM 25:1).

 

The Gospels and Christ: A Global Perspective (2008) (Foundations Lecture #7).

 

IJFM: Looking Back on the Last Eight Years (2008) (IJFM 25:4).

 

Indicators of the Future (2008) (Foundations Lecture #18).

 

Responses to Christopher Little’s “What Makes Mission Christian?” (One response is by Ralph Winter) (2008) (IJFM 25:2).

 

Seizing the Future (2008) (Foundations Lecture #20).

 

Seven Men, Four Eras in Protestant Mission History (2008).

 

When the Church Staggers, Stalls, and Sits Down (In the Middle of a War!) (2008) (Mission Frontiers, May-June).

 

Editorial Reflections on The Kingdom of God (Winter’s last editorial) (2009) (IJFM 26:1).

 

Thy Kingdom Come: Proceedings of the 2008 ISFM Conference: Understanding the Polarization between Fundamentalist and Modernist Mission (2009) (IJFM 26:1).

 

Who Is a True Christian? [Last “writing”] (2009).

 

Random Quotes Compiled by Beth, various dates, in chronological order.

 

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This list is part of a series of bibliographies for most of the articles by Ralph Winter that relate to his "Twelve Frontiers of Perspective." I have grouped together some of his original "frontiers of perspective" into the following list of bibliographies:

Unreached Peoples

 

The Great Commission and Abraham

 

From the Unfinished Task to Finishable


Historical and Radical Contextualization

 

Reverse Contextualization of Our Own Tradition

 

The Religion of Science

 

 

Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom 

 

The Fullness of the Kingdom

 

The Challenge of the Evil One

 

Disease

 

Education

 

 

 

 

 

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